soak off


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w>soak off

vt sepablösen
visich (ab)lösen (+prep obj von)
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Each day he must soak off his bandages in the bath so fresh ones can be applied, a process so painful it can take five hours.
Yes, and it's not as harsh on skin as the bowl method, but it's hard to keep the foils in place while using enough remover to soak off every last scrap.
Drain water and place leaves on a kitchen towel to soak off the excess moisture.